ESPN’s Skeleton Segment Proves Why No One Wants To Watch Their Garbage Programming
ESPN just showed us why they are no longer the program anyone wants to watch anymore. A program known as “The Fantasy Show” introduced a new segment that dedicates its time to explaining player injuries.
Someone decided it would be a good idea to actually have a model Skelton and muscular system to show where the injuries were, as if we would not have been able to figure that out without those models.
They started by explaining New York Giants Odell Beckham Jr.’s ankle injury, and then went on to explain a muscle injury suffered by Danny Woodhead, who plays for the Baltimore Ravens.
It is clear to see that ESPN is trying to come up with new ways to make their programs more interesting.
I have to give them credit for trying. They obviously got a lot of laughs out of this segment, but I don’t think this is something that will get them back to where they want to be, unfortunately.
Here is the hilarious video below.
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— Hayes Permar (@DHPIV) September 13, 2017